SIETAR Switzerland member Apero at the SIETAR Europa congress Attending the Congress ? Please notify email@example.com Sharing is caring
This event is planned in collaboration with our friends from the SIETAR Germany SudBäden group.
SIETAR France President Linda Vignac and SIETAR Switzerland President Anne-Claude Lambelet, speak at Université de Bourgogne’s “Intercultural Career Opportunities » Day on the Future of the Profession on March 17th, 2017 Sharing is caring
“Mentoring is a new adaptation of the age-old concept of reciprocity practiced by all cultures. Usual reciprocal practices are implicit, whereas the mentoring contract makes the agreements explicit.” Elaina Zuker In this spirit, SIETAR Switzerland is launching a mentoring program to assist its members with their professional development. Interested in hearing more? Think this may […]
The SAGE Encyclopedia of Intercultural Competence edited by Janet M. Bennett SAGE Publications, Inc. 2015 This new encyclopedia is an authoritative source on intercultural competence and related issues. It covers topics such as assessment of intercultural competence, constructivism, cultural distance, culture shock, diversity and inclusion, intercultural code switching, leading global teams, mediation, mindfulness, space or […]
As the intercultural profession develops and matures by each passing year, the list of resources for intercultural work keeps growing. Books, articles, journals and research on various aspects of the intercultural field are published regularly, making the intercultural literature more and more eclectic. The Intercultural Communication Institute in Portland, Oregon offers a rather exhaustive list […]
1. What was your childhood dream? To work like Albert Schweitzer, a doctor, somewhere in the jungle with and for natives. 2. What is your favorite book? I love books. Oftentimes, I carry one with me J. One book which touched me is “The whale rider” by Witi Ihimaera. Others I liked are “The Catcher […]
Have you ever wondered about what professional backgrounds your colleagues in the intercultural field come from? Or what motivates them to work in the intercultural profession? Did you know that the most common highest degree obtained by interculturalists is a master’s degree? Or that the vast majority of interculturalists have personal experiences of living abroad? […]